THOMASVILLE, Ga. — For the 2019 fall semester, which began on Aug. 20, the Southern Regional Technical College Foundation awarded scholarships to 77 students totaling over $72,000. These funds assist students with education-related costs such as tuition, fees, books, classroom and lab supplies, and more.

The students who were awarded scholarships were Jessica Newsome of Adel; Shamyra Anthony, Regan Cutchin, Magdalena Gaspar Pedro, Mary King, and Lindsay Presnal of Bainbridge, Krystal Ingram and Danitra Jones of Boston; Joshua Dees, Tiffany Hand, Lezli Thompson, Elizabeth Thompson, Emily Tobar, and Heather Watson of Cairo; Mauricio Maravilla of Chula; Rodrigo Sanchez and Harley Shiver of Colquitt; Anna Batchleor of Coolidge; Matthew Williams of Donalsonville; Mary Thompson of Lenox; Zachary Eason and Kristen Miller of Monticello; Julio Alba, Cassandra Beason, Jacob Brinson, Alexis Eldridge, Andrew Godwin, Angela Kelley, Carlos Landa, Shannon Sangster, Meagan Smith, Kyeara Sutherland, and Kayla Sutherland of Moultrie; Lacee Paulk of Naylor; Marly Jones and April Thompson of Ochlocknee; Serenity Proffitt of Quitman; Colby Bearden, Chandler Bearden, and Virginia Lamb of Sylvester; Makayla Barnes, Jordan Baugham, Gerald Calhoun, Venesia Calhoun, Shanika Davis, Arielal Davis, Kellie Dennis, Re’Jean Dennis, Keirra Engram, Stephanie Griffin, Tyla Joseph, Kellie Kennedy, Kimberly Lovett, Tammy Mitchell, Daniel O’Neal, Erica Scott, Adrainna Smith, Joshua Waller, Melinda Wilson, and Vivian Winter of Thomasville; Samantha Adamson, Mary Brantley, Morgan Carmichael, Ariel Carver, Gina Chambers, Chaeli Clack, Maritza Delgado, Amelia Hillmon, Sidney Lawson, Gregory McGee, Kayla Powers, Felicia Richardson, Bailey Wells, and Audrey Williams of Tifton; James Jones of Ty Ty; Delia Graham of Valdosta; and Hanna Harrell of Whigham.

“The Foundation is only able to make these funds available to our students because of the generosity of our community partners,” said Jenny Dell, SRTC’s Director of Institutional Advancement. “In many cases, a scholarship makes the difference for a student that permits them to stay in college, and ultimately, to reach their career goals.”

Thanks to the generosity of the Bainbridge State College Foundation, more than 30 additional scholarships were made available to Southern Regional Technical College students for the fall 2019 semester. Preference for these scholarships was given to residents of Decatur, Early, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole, and Grady counties, as well as to students who consider Bainbridge their primary campus. “The BSC Foundation’s investment in Bainbridge-area students is a continuation of our shared mission to support higher education in Southwest Georgia,” Dell added.  

The SRTC Foundation is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to promote the cause of higher education and expand educational opportunities to the students of SRTC. The Foundation strives to create scholarships and endowments, and assist in the financing of capital improvements and other college-related expenses. Scholarship applications for the 2020 spring semester will open on October 15. Students wishing to apply may visit southernregional.awardspring.com. For more information on scholarships, how to give, and how to apply, please visit the Foundation’s website at www.southernregional.edu/scholarships or contact the Institutional Advancement Office by calling (229) 225-4060.

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